We left Aquila on the dock in Ft. Lauderdale, and headed north in our RV. We are keeping our fingers crossed that Aquila will soon sell, so that we can focus our energy on this new lifestyle in the motorhome.
We began by spending a few days at Markham County Park right there in Ft. Lauderdale. This gave us a chance to get moved off the boat and back into the RV.
After a few days, we felt ready to begin our trip up the East Coast. Lake Toho RV Park was our next stop. We planned to go on an airboat ride which promised to be a nature photo opp. Unfortunately, the wind was blowing 30 mph and all boat rides were cancelled. They let us hold a baby alligator which was in their care. It is not a pet.
In Georgia, we stayed at the Crooked River State Park and LOVED it. It is exactly the kind of campsite that we love. It is spacious, lots of trees, campfire ring, hiking trails, and bicycling trails. We had the perfect spot. While we were there, we toured nearby St. Mary’s so Mike could visit the Submarine Museum.
We have now moved on to the Carolina’s where we have been visiting several old friends and where we also experienced serious mechanical problems. All that news in the next update. By the way, I went back to my previous posts and inserted the pictures that I couldn’t insert previously. Go back and check them out.